Mumbai: Shiv Sena announces readiness to quit Mahavikas alliance if disgruntled MLAs arrive in Mumbai within 24 hours.
The political situation in Maharashtra has reached a climax. So far 37 disgruntled MLAs have been in the Eknath Shinde camp. They are staying at a hotel in Guwahati in Assam. Their demand is that the Shiv Sena leave the Mahavikas alliance and form an alliance with the BJP.
Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Rawat responded to the request through the media. In it, he said, “If the Shiv Sena wants to withdraw from the Mahavikas alliance, the disgruntled MLAs must first come to Mumbai. After that, the Shiv Sena will definitely consider withdrawing from the Mahavikas alliance. Do not give information through social networking sites.
The 20 MLAs with Shinde are also in touch with us. This is evident when a no-confidence motion is brought before the legislature. So if the disgruntled MLAs come to Mumbai within 24 hours, the Mahavikas are ready to leave the alliance. “
Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena has petitioned the Speaker to disqualify 20 disgruntled MLAs, including Eknath Shinde. The filing of the petition last night has given a new twist to Maharashtra politics.